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on the rollout of obamacare. steve, let's start with you. we want to put up the letter that you received from blue cross-blue shield of illinois canceling your current policy. you were paying $877 a month for your family of four with a $3,500 deductible. the new plan they offered under obamacare is $525 a month but with a $12,700 deductible. steve, as a small businessman who doesn't qualify for a subsidy what is your reaction to what's happened to you? >> good morning, chris. i want to say a little bit about that. the $500 policy that you're looking at actually is a shortened network than what i had before. it is not the same network i can use. if i was to pair up the networks and have a policy that was comparable to mine there is none. my out-of-pocket for my family is $3,500. everything else is paid at 100%. the closest thing i could find that's comparable as they say was $12,000 out of pocket. there is a huge difference in there. i looked to all the different plans. either you pay 60% more in premium and have more out of pockets. there is absolutely nothing even close to my plan that i'm g
day. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. we're gonna check weather and traffic. >>> steve, how are we looking? >> foggy. some higher clouds up to lake county. low clouds will be with us at noon. high clouds, turning mostly cloudy. the big news are definitely the low clouds and the fog. a lot of tropical clouds on their way but they are taking more of an aim towards seattle and portland, maybe you can smell some of that smoke from the scrap yard fire. had reports in fremont, oakland, palo alto, menlo park, seems to be decreasing. napa, 39. there's a lot of 40s here. even 55 oakland. 54 san francisco. mostly cloudy here in the morning. kind of a mild start. due east wind. almost everybody has a due east wind and kind of a mild pattern in the hills. i've seen 56 to a 9. high pressure is still over us. some of these higher clouds will drift through. overall, morning fog, then high clouds. kind of a mix of sunday and clouds. and then turning cloudy. combination will give us a mixed pattern. here's sal. >>> we've had problems this early commute. we've had a crash in san francisco. we
reasons you're on u.s.s. new york. >> reporter: that's right. good morning, steve, list beths and brian and hello everyone on this veterans day. i am aboard right now a boat which is aboard the u.s.s. new york which is a war ship still in active duty right now. we are parked in the hudson river, which is along the island of manhattan. people can actually visit the boat today located on pier 88 until 4 p.m. eastern time. just today come out and visit. i'm with lieutenant brown. lieutenant brown you did give me battle rattle to wear and this has equipment on it? >> all mission essential equipment. >> the title of your squadron. >> coastal region squadron 4 in little creek, virginia. >> congratulations for all you do. i have command master chief isbell, correct? what does veterans day mean to you, captain? >> it means everything, about celebrating and honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our country and our liberties. also about those who are serving today and those who will continue to serve. and new yorkers, all the sailors and marines in new york couldn't be happier
and you know what yo have and then you can treat the with what you learned in the first half with steve and the goal of triage happens to be th motto of nert "do the most good for the most people" and if there is an earthquake right no and ceiling collapsed and 40 people in here, and if i'm the one rescuer coming to you and the first person is not breathing and no pulse, would you want me to stop and do cpr for this person before i reache you and what if there are 500 people behind that and do cpr and i just have to open an air way and all patients fall unde under -- and i'm going to use colors and green, walking wounded and anybody that walks. d for delayed or yellow meaning you're hurt but you're not hurt enough. you're not hurt but that no not that bad an. and d is dead. and dead is the easiest one to determine. and how do we determine whether someone is dead? they're not breathing, right an steve said that several times and how do we know someone is not breathing? we look, listen, and feel and open the air way and we look to see if the chest is rising and listen to feel air and how
is expensive indeed it says steve. many men will experience working with the seventy students or young age. the criticism of those to take a company to next level you need to try contacts. ask god to put this assist the order of the helmand province. to meet americans with stains and stadiums to find out how they can best weekly dates for local projects. this discomfort since late two thousand and nine. the event is a keystone for the reconstruction of the local economy before this conference and a few companies were working. for now many companies are working. it's a great development which leads to more facilities. to get the multitude of business cards. these entrepreneurs with a stiff peaks that leads directly to contest the contract is highly contested the farmer takes it for the district of helmand but it was already have two or three projects in one hand don't say they want trees haunting and con the city there are some electricity projects the same intel are on their projects and many of the district to live with it the statement will often be the key to a safe environment in the c
'm joined now by three technology reporters. arsi shahani, kqed news. michelle quinn. and steve penn. steve, twitter's ipo, the company still isn't profitable. is all this investor exuberance, does it make sense? or is this reminiscent of the dot com bubble? >> i would say it doesn't make sense if you just look at twitter's financial earnings. i mean, i think if you look at their share price, their stock price, how much it rose the first day, i think that had less to do with the fundamentals of twitter as a company than with supply and demand for that stock on the market. twitter has more than 200 million users, billions of people know about it. but the amount of stock they issued was relatively small in comparison. i think there is a little bit of a mismatch on the stock markets and that generated a big price spike. i also don't think that twitter is truly a pets.com. this is a company that has been -- >> let's hope not. >> -- been around for years, it's generating hundreds of millions in revenue, its revenue is growingpy 100% a year. it has a very engaged user audience. it's a real compan
for the philippines. stevees live with the latest on the relief efforts. the military is involved, right? >> reporter: 90 marines are on the grounds already, assessing the situation, moving emergency supplies. this military support also involves search and rescue teams to help locate the victims. as well as transport planes and helicopters. the mv22 tilt rotor to aircraft being used. it can take off and land in vertical ways. crews and equipment started arriving monday. >> already begun to move supplies at the request of the government of the philippines, and we're standing by to provide additional assistance. today we have conducted two sorties. we transported pallets of relief supplies. >> reporter: state department and usaid are taking part in the relief effort. >> thanks. >> the pro football player at the center of the bullying scandal rocking the nfl, especially the dolphins, giving his first sit-down television interview since his team suspended him. the exclusive went to fox sport and richie incognito admits he used racist language inside the locker room but says he did nothing wrong. he was a
. but it is said that france wanted tougher terms for iran. we're back with the we're back with the panel. steve, there's different reporting about this. the news is about how this came to be. the french foreign minister was hurrying to sort of intervene before the united states and iran could agree on a bad deal. look, the 23refrench deserve cr. it's not what i would have predicted before the talks. it's very clear that israel is deeply concerned. i don't think that this statement that prime minister netanyahu made last friday, it was a scathing denunciation of this would be deal, delivered, it should be noted in english, i think for a reason. the kind of talk we really haven't heard from them. but, if you go back to his meeting at the white house, and then speech that he gave at the united nations a short time later, it's very clear that he thinks that israel is on its own. >> and congress seems like it's anxious in a bipartisan way to get involved in these discussions. possibly passing more sanctions from capitol hill. >> right. not to actually reach a deal, to increase ouring leverage. and t
understanding and believing which is the essence of the pump is expensive indeed it says steve. many men will experience working with the seventy students or young age. the criticism of those typical company to next level he could try contacts. ask god to put this assists from orbit of the helmand province to meet americans with stains and stadiums to find out how they can best weekly dates for local projects this discomfort since late two thousand and nine the event is a keystone for the reconstruction of the local economy before this court from sarnia few companies were working. for now many companies are working. it's a great development which leads to more facilities. don't get to a multitude of business cards these entrepreneurs with a stiff peaks that leads directly to contest the contract is highly contested the farmer takes it for the district of helmand but it was already have two or three projects in one hand don't say they want trees planting technique on the city there are some electricity projects the same intel are on their projects and many of the district to live with it.
is sal. >>> steve, we we have a problem in solano county, one vehicle is overturned, a big-rig involved and several lanes are blocked, this is on the way between vac have aville and -- vacaville and vary field and traffic is beginning to get slow even though it is veterans day, you will see traffic that is not doing well at all. also it looks like at the westbound bay bridge, it is good to know a lot of people do have the day off but a lot of government workers do, no problems getting into san francisco, but the sam thing goes with that span, let's go back to the desk. >>> crews are still at the scene of a fire in a metal recycling plant in three counties, this all started on the port of redwood city. it involved a lot of junk, katie shows us what is happening out there right now, good morning, katie. >> reporter: firefighters tell us that shelter in place warning may be lifted as early as this morning. white smoke is still lifted from the debris pile and it can smell -- can be smelled as the far south as oakland. here is what it looked like. a dark cloud and on sea port boulevard they
longer. >> steve has your veterans day forecast. >> a lot of smoke because of a southeast wind and some of that smoke is actually blowing more westerly or northeast. there seems to be more of an easterly -- easterly -- easterly breeze. 40s and 50s on the temperatures for some, most of the lows are kind of stuck and if you get that low cloud deck it is tough to burn off. 64 will start you off with and there is a lot of low clouds in place in advance of that system which is trying to work its way in which a to the north so it looks not very promising for tomorrow, a lot of upper of 60s and 70s, here is sal. if you want to get on the freeway heading down the peninsular, if you are headed towards caesar shove visit it will -- caesar chavez it will take you passed the accident and the only problem is it could affect the bay bridge and the other problem is, it is light. we have a problem at northwest 80 in texas and there are no major injuries only minor injuries. they are okay on highway 4, on veterans day they have the day off and it will make it easier for those of us who do have to go to
on crime and cyber issues. leonard received a jd from yale law school and a ba from yale law school. steve chabinsky is senior vice president of legal affairs, general counsel and chief risk officer of the internet technology firm crowdstrike. is also an adjunct faculty member at george washington university, and the cyber columnist for security magazine. prior to joining crowdstrike, steve was at the fbi for 17 years, culminating in his service as deputy assistant director in the fbi's cyber division. prior to that he organized and led the fbi's cyber intelligence program. he's also served in the office of director of national intelligence. he's a graduate of duke university and duke law school. laura donohue is a professor of law at georgetown law, and director of georgetown center of national sigir and the law. she writes on national security and counterterrorism law and the united states and the united kingdom, including on emerging technologies. professor donohue has held fellowships at stanford law school center for constitutional law, stanford university center for international sec
exchange today. we have michael yoshikami at the new york stock exchange, also a cnbc contributor, steve saks, michael hennessey is out in the stratosphere somewhere. >> he's with me. >> i thought he was. good see you all. >> michael, here we go again. very strong jobs report on friday. the blue chips at least liked it but the secondary stocks, the small caps, have been suffering lately. what's going on in this market, do you think? >> i like the sendingary stocks. of the beta stocks have rallying. look at tesla, i realize there's fires going on there but secondary stocks have had huge rallies. i think what you're going to start to see as fundamentals, granted, on the slow basis, start to improve you'll see core stocks continue to pick up momentum. >> maria? >> neil hennessey, what about momentum? they have been driving the day all this year and then when they started to roll over the last couple of weeks. would you put new money in the market now and where are the groups that lead, if in fact we were to see the rally continue? >> if you're not in the market at all, you should be committ
to respond. >> steve williams again, thank you so much for your petition. this -- patience. with ceqa you have been giving so much misinformation. let's start with the height. the height of the building is 70 feet. it's 55 feet to the roof. right on the architect drawings, there is another top 5 feet to the top and 10 feet on mechanicals on top of that. how can you analyze under ceqa if you don't measure that. ceqa relies on analysis. this the building is 70 feet tall. the nmd analyze notice with respect to the marsh. as a result not. the nmd does not recommended the marsh it's not mentioned in there and it's not noted as the neighbor. there is zero mention, completely and totally emitted from consideration. the people that have lined up here today have given you substantial evidence that are not mentioned in anyway shape or form in the environmental document. the planning told you they did the analysis. that's completely incorrect. i don't know where that comes from. it's not up to the public to provide impact when the analysis has not been completed. we have provided expert testimony t
is steve taralea food program senior spokesperson in washington. when something like this hits, is there something that the food program do right away. >> we try to assess what the greatest need is, what the greatest feed is, and how quickly we can bring supplies, food in for those waiting for help. there is no set--i mean, every disaster is different. the haiti, the earthquake was different from the tsunami in asia which was different from this. people's immediate need will be the same, food, water, sanitation, electricity. our part in this humanitarian puzzle is to bring food assistance as quickly as we can. >> is there a disaster relief package staged in the area that can be just picked up and taken there? or do you first start to have to assemble the help? >> it's a combination of things. wfp and other humanitarian organizations do pre-position supplies, equipment, food assistance in different parts of the globe so that when somebody strikes we can move in more quickly than those who were in location in a continental way. but it's also true when a disaster disassembles so m
steve martin was tranqlized, given antibiotics, tagged and released back in the wild. that is remarkae. >>> and some sries that you may have missed now, oregon's wildcasanctuary said the zookeeper killed saturday was alone i t wildcat cage. the head keeper for eight yes beforehe was reportedly killed by a cougar. thsanctuary rescued caive wildcats and has strict safety measures for employees and volunteers. >>> the ranking house republicans sa there's not enough time to dl immigration. majority w.h.i.p. kevin mccarthy tells migration advocates 's committed to immigration overhaul next year. e senate passed a bill in june that wou provide a path to citizenship for e 11 million undocumented immigrants in the ited states. halloween may long gone, but it's alws the perfect time of the year for llamas play dress-up. check this out. upste new york llamas we showstoppers as they parad arou in a, array of costes. the llama and alpaca association put on thevent to educate the public. from an elfo beautiful blushi bride. to educate the public on the taulg mammals who the say are gentle, easy t
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steve? >> with talk set to continue in ten days there are concerns here at home especially in israel as you have heard. iran would give up little or nothing. >> it's a bad and dangerous deal. the deals are the things that affect our survival. and when it comes to the question of jewish survival and the survival of the jewish state, i will not be silenced. ever. not on my watch. >> in the meantime iranians president called the talks a work in progress. and said iran must be allowed to continue enriching uranium. he said that's a red line that cannot be crossed and is not negotiable. enrichment stockpiles on a new facility are now under construction? iran. all items that were discussed during the geneva talks. some worry that iran will be given too much lee way and proposing further sanctions. those talks are coming from both sides of the aisle. >> you can't trust the iranianss. they are lying about their nuclear program. they have been hiding very important aspects of their nuclear program. my concern here is that we seem to want the deal almost moreira. you can't want the deal more t
earlier this morning. this morning, morning commute, steve moore boulevard has reopened. you can see traffic flowing just fine behind me. before we got to this point, officials were warning folks living around here if you see or smell smoke, best to stay inside. we found some who aren't listening to that. >> smoke covered the peninsula, even stretching into parts of the south bay. this two alarm sparked a little after one at metal management in redwood city. the smoke kept some from getting home. >> trying to get down the street to my boat. that's where i live. the fire is preventing anybody accessing it. >> reporter: the recycling center crushes cars, appliances, sends the metal monthly to china. sims one of the largest yards in the bay area. this isn't its first blaze. >> seems to be happening, like, once a year. the place goes up in smoke and flames. >> reporter: a few years ago, the epa found toxins like mercury and lady seeping from the yard into the bay. but this is not a water issue. the problem now is in the air. >> all smoke is harmful. you don't want to breathe any smoke.
. abc's steve osunsami tells us what happened next. >> reporter: this was the moment of relief when the family of 29-year-old bethany arceneaux found and rescued her from a violent ex-boyfriend who was holding her hostage. >> he was about to kill her. he wasn't going to stick around and wait for it to happen. >> reporter: she had been missing for days of the the police search was getting nowhere so they searched too. her aunts and sisters posted fliers with her photo. her brothers and cousins got their guns and searched the woods. they were checking out this abandoned home in louisiana when they heard her scream. >> he told her as soon as they kick the door in i'm going to kill you. >> reporter: they say scott thomas started stabbing her when they broke in and then one of them shot him dead. >> police had their guns drawn in this vacant house on anderson road. >> reporter: by the time police arrived it was over. for now even the district attorney says he won't charge the family. >> in this case they saved the girl from dying and unfortunately the assailant died. >> reporter: like so
on a voice mail. martha: so where does that leave him? steve harrigan is live in tampa with more. steve, a lot of debate over these comments. was it threatening or was it just locker room talk. what did richie incognito accomplish with this interview over the weekend you think? >> reporter: martha, richie incognito is trying to make the case that these racist messages were taken out of the context of the locker room. he said he himself received a message from martin which martin threatened to kill incognito's entire family. >> jonathan martin texted me on my phone. i will murder your hole f-ing family. now, do i think jonathan martin would murder my family? not one better. >> left that text for you? >> he texted me that. i didn't think he would kill my family. i knew it was coming from a brother, coming from a friend, from a teammate that puts in context how we communicate with one another. >> reporter: incognito said that the two players. >> changed more than 1,000 texts back and forth in just the past year, martha. martha: wow. it is very interesting how this whole thing has developed
is the real reason he appeared on fox news sunday. it reads, as an undergrad, steve spent a great deal of time studying the alternatives of universal health care. really? you mean, he's not a fan? occcurry isn't exactly what you would call a fair and balanced guest. then you've got this other dude on the right. turns out that cade joiner, well, he used to be the chairman of the georgia college republican party, how about that? that makes i guess you could say, two fair and balanced guests to talk about obama care? question mark? steve curry and cade joiner are republicans with agendas who have always hated the democrats and obama care from day one. this type of reporting is par for the course for fox news. i just want to make sure we all know it's even on the sunday show, where it's supposed to be all journalism. few weeks ago, sean hannity interviewed five people, count ep, five people with real stories about obama care, causing them tremendous harm. salon.com did some actual reporting on the real stories and it turns out obama care would have saved these people thousands of dollars if they e
and formerly grand coalition with the center left as tp this week the latest ago steve has centered on economic and foreign policy. despite the current spying scandal both parties agree to meet relationship with the us should continue to form the central pillar of berlin's foreign policy along with germany's relations with its twenty seven partners in the european union the new york city is to have a democratic man for the first time in twenty years. in a man's life when built the cia came out on top in the competition to succeed in and michael going back. up to three terms in office and that was barred from running again. two thirds of that is cost and can afford to bless you and his liberal platform that includes attacks on the rich to raise funds for education. i did go to the most beautiful places in the world the canal city of venice italy. he was often spoiled by huge ocean liners premium cruise passengers to the romantic lagoon city from november next year the all the vessels venetians and visitors will see in the heart of the tone with that additional manpower gondolas and small boats.
, america. i'm steve levy. welcome inside "sportscenter." drew brees and the saints put on quite the show. the dallas cowboys were in town. stants leading 21-10. drew brees to darren sproles. he'll do the rest. brees and the saints always great inside the 2:00 warning in the first half. fourth quarter, up big. brees finds kenny stills. 52 yards. not a great throw. great underthrow. watch it again. brees delivers to stills. 34 of 41, 392 yards. 49 on the board against the boys. >>> fourth and 15. what are you going to do? they tell you knock it down. instead, the ravens knock it up. to a.j. green for the touchdown. andy dalton hoisted it up there. the ball got tipped around. green reels it in. we go to overtime tied at 17-17. in the o.t., the ravens justin tucker, good. baltimore, they get it done. >>> here's a look at the new bcs standings. alabama at number one. fsu at number two. ohio state, stanford, baylor each move up a spot. >>> what more highlights, news, analysis? we got you covered. check out "sportscenter," live, at 9:00 a.m. >>> great highlights. but they were nothing like this
remain the only game in town. i need to go to steve in missouri. >> caller: jim from st. louis. the home of the 11 time world champion cardinals but sadly not this year. >> yeah. well you know, okay. that happens. >> caller: long time listening. bought your books, subscribe to the channel. appreciate it all. >> thank you. >> caller: you mentioned for home gamers in the past, went down sharply after earnings. what do you think of it now? >> i've done a lot of noodles to see if this was top. 15% was related to flood related activity in colorado. thank you ted graham coming up with that figure for me. my take away do not despair. noodles will be back. danielle in kansas. >> caller: quick shout out to my family in missouri. >> definitely. >> caller: my question, what do you think about discount retail hers this holiday season and in particular ross stores. >> i was kicking myself. ross stores trading 79.50. i said to myself, how did i let that get away? how many times can you pound the table on one stock. i can't pound enough on ross stores. nick in georgia. >> caller: how are you? >> good.
pictures of missing loved ones. steve knee lamb talks with one family hoping the internet will help them locate their half sister. >> it's sickening. >> since the typhoon hit it, nino and his sister marie have been looking for any sign that hair half sister is alive. >> i want it to be daylight over there so at least we get more progress. we get more news. >> the family believes she rode out the storm with her job, customer service just south of hard hit hit tack chlo pan. instead of heading back to her home. >> she commutes every day but this particular day, she decided to stay there because of the bad weather. the last text message we got from her is just her asking if her mom is okaying. >> for nino, the pictures of the aftermath of the typhoon hit home. >> i studied at that the city of tacloban. and looking at the is and the people there, i could see myself in that place. i could see my half sister in that place. it's very personal. >> reporter: perhaps the strongest tropical cyclone in recorded history, typhoon haiyan slam add the philippines with a force 3 1/2 times stronger than h
. then of course at the end of the day without steve jobs we don't really have a market leader in terms of direction. we are getting jumping side to side and up and down and even from apple not a lot of consistency. at least with regard to the leaks and announcements. i don't know. we once again kind of need somebody to show this market direction. melissa: go ahead. >> i will say, yes, sure. i agree in the sense. i disagree in this is that we cannot go to town with every legal roomer. apple tries things out, they do prototypes. they have done less good at keeping secrets. now we get some of these leaks. not necessarily. i would point out the most interesting thing to me has been the increased use of sensors. that is extremely interesting. we can already see that they're moving in the direction of more sensors. i believe this is where they're going and believe that it will be very interesting to have more sensors on more facets. melissa: what does that mean for the consumer? that it can tell the difference between how hard you're pressing the surface? >> exactly. so when you think about
. it was a sad moment. >> steve found a similar cane on ebay and went ahead and bought it. it is scheduled to arrive thursday in case the original doesn't show up. >>> san francisco joined thousands of communities today in holding its annual veterans day parade. for the 94th time drill teams classic cars and elected officials made their way down market street. >>> more than 90 tons of pre packaged salads are being recalled by glass onion catering because of e-coli contamination. it affects products with chicken or ham. the products were produced between september 23rd and november 6th. >>> still to come on abc7 news at 11:00, do you know what your kids are seeing on-line? michael finney takes a closer look at the apps you may not even know your kids are using. and a dead satellite comes crashing back to earth, but where did the pieces land? and later -- >> how our teammates communicate is vulgar. it is not right. >> the nfl guard accused of bullying a teammate shares his side of the story. tonight, why so many are u headed? uh just gonna hang out. it's a school night. with gary and todd? y
. >> steve found a similar cane on ebay and went ahead and bought it. it is scheduled to arrive thursday in case the original doesn't show up. >>> san francisco joined thousands of communities today in holding its annual veterans day parade. for the 94th time drill teams classic cars and elected officials made their way down market street. >>> more than 90 tons of pre packaged salads are being recalled by glass onion catering because of e-coli contamination. it affects products with chicken or ham. the products were produced between september 23rd and november 6th. >>> still to come on abc7 news at 11:00, do you know what your kids are seeing on-line? michael finney takes a closer look at the apps you may not even know your kids are using. and a dead satellite comes crashing back to earth, but where did the pieces land? and later -- >> how our teammates communicate is vulgar. it is not right. >> the nfl guard accused of bullying a teammate shares his side of the story. tonight, why so many are (nervous) (screaming) "never again grace elizabeth" life insurance from new york life can help
of senator durbin's and mine steve baucus. he is a veteran of iraq and lost his sight in battle in that country. 27 years old. i want you to think about him as too often we have a problem in thinking of our veterans as victims. they are victors. steve is an ardent rock climber. he is one of those big nurse that tammy and i see all the time. we have a lot and we are in that room working on all the time is about 20 legs or arms missing from those guys. i would just say that this convention allows people to go man, go and become victors instead of victims. >> thank you senator kirk. we appreciate your being here with us and sharing your sentiments and we appreciate your advocacy for the treaty. >> mr. chairman i will point out the projectile that heard steve was made in iran. >> no more passionate proponent than trying to stop iran's nuclear weapons as well as they are acts of terrorism so thank you for that as well. i know you both have busy schedules so with that thanks to the committee we will excuse you both. and, a let me call up our second panel. we have a large panel here. s
of the business of pot. >> let's break down the legal marijuana business with our guest. steve deangelo is the president of arc view investors network and long time marijuana activist. he joins us via skype. he is in prague. then jaman shybly. former manager at microsoft and co-founder of diego peliser, a company aiming to be the starbucks of pot. that is very interesting. i think you will be a very wealthy man one day. i will tell you why in just a minute. he joins us from seattle. then kevin sabet. he opposes legal pot. kevin and i have talked about this many times. we are getting to be old friends. he worked for the drug administration with the obama and bush administrations. he wrote the book "reefer sanity" and he is not hearing anything. first to you, you said it will mint more money than microsoft, kevin. how do you figure? >> it under a global regime of prohibition per the united nations 1961 single convention treaty to which virtually every country in the world is a signatory. notable exceptions such as uruguay exist. those point to a key of why prohibition is coming to a
it for "the cycle." martin, before we go, our family has been missing somebody, and we're all glad that steve is back. >> thank you. good afternoon, it's monday, november the 11th. and on this veterans day, we honor your sacrifice, and your service to the nation. >> thank you to that greatest generation, the heroes who risked everything through the bitter cold of korea, and the stifling heat of vietnam. our 9/11 generation of veterans from iraq, and afghanistan. we need to serve them as well as they serve us. if you fight for your country overseas, you should never have to fight for a job when you come home. put our veterans to work. rebuilding america. we're helping more of them earn their degrees, helping hundreds of community colleges and universities do more to welcome and encourage our veterans on campus. more than 1 million troops were turned to civilian life. we're going to have to work even harder on behalf of our entire nation. thank you for everything you've done, and will continue to do for our country. america has your back 365 days a year. >>> good afternoon on this veterans day,
been missing somebody, and we're all glad that steve is back. >> thank you. good afternoon, it's monday, november the 11th. and on this veterans day, we honor your sacrifice, and your service to the nation. >> thank you to that greatest generation, the heroes who risked everything through the bitter cold of korea, and the stifling heat of vietnam. our 9/11 generation of veterans from iraq, and afghanistan. we need to serve them as well as they serve us. if you fight for your country overseas, you should never have to fight for a job when you come home. put our veterans to work. rebuilding america. we're helping more of them earn their degrees, helping hundreds of community colleges and universities do more to welcome and encourage our veterans on
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in china and what they're doing, get this, 50% or more discount on product like gap or steve madden. that is why they are attracting so many users and so many customers paid in a way for retail. stuart: black friday does not happen until november 29 so more retailers are opening on things thanksgiving and staying open even longer. macy's, target, walmart, best buy, toys "r" us, it is a long list. are they breaking the fundamental tradition of family at thanksgiving? it is a very importann question and i know you have strong opinions on this. in just a moment. announcer: where can an investor be a name and not a number scotade. ron: i'm never alone with scottrade. i can always call or stop by my local office. they're nearby and ready to help. so when i have questions, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: ranked highest in investor satisfaction with self-directed services by j.d. power and associates. maestro of project management. baron of the build-out. you need a permit.
. they literally cannot do that now. dagen: what happens to those people, steve? we will hear more from them in the coming weeks and months, for sure. >> dagen, i have been predicting that there will be a delay in the whole program for a year. that is the democratic political interests. this is becoming a meltdown. my talks my congressional sources were democrat, they want to move this past the next election, so i think there is an increasing likelihood that this thing will be delayed for a year, but that still doesn't give, so doesn't equate to the people who have lost their health plan. i don't know what you do about those people. dagen: i can't help but wonder what happens with the employer-sponsored health plan, because we still talk about them as if they will remain untouched and won't change or the employers won't change those plans based on even more elements of this law kicking in. >> you know, dagen, that is a critical point. you are exactly right. we have been focusing on people losing their insurance in the individual market, and that has been a crisis, no question about it. the n
, next question. start over here. >> thank you. steve tashiro attridge appear from your beard but just a question i started yesterday and directed to mr. fuentes. pursuing routine criminal investigations and criminal act to the date, is not only an important task in its own right, but may lead to greater discovery with respect to crime and terrorism. the question to you is do you think that the fbi is morphing into an intelligence agency focused on ct and issues related to it has in fact encouraged -- encourage taking the eye off the ball? >> to an extent, yes. someone has. it should be noted that even after 9/11, 50% of the fbi agents are working criminal cases. so the increase in counterterrorism and national security related investigations has increased as a percentage, but not completely. terminal investigations are still ongoing, but the thresholds to work many of the perceived white-collar crimes are not. in terms of initiatives or new programs, when you're on the hill train to justify something, again as much of the focus is going to be counterterrorism as opposed to other benef
the committee. we will get pressured to remove every one of our recommendations steve to remove those reservations would require congress to act to remove those reservations. >> forgive me, i wasn't clear. it is farce authority there are a lot of folks is spoken today that we are going to lose credibility many great -- mitigate credibility if we don't ratify. i think that is excessive. we will maintain our credibility. 138 countries have ratified without us ratifying. great bitten and. >> has passed the conference of an african a shins are making differences in embracing this because they have ratified it. even without us ratifying time and again i care when i met the u.n. from delicate to tell me you are the leaders on this. we understand you have not ratified that you are still the leader. again i think if we go down this path and go to reservations we have gone too far as far as i'm concerned because we already have the authority, the credibility and leadership to make a difference around the world. the. >> would the work constructively with mr. meyer and others to do what we can t
, shoes from steve madden, food, furniture, auto home. a website that sells cars. great deals on bmws that are more expensive because of the luxury tax in china. one hot chinese company to watch benefited big-time n the first three minutes of sales, a smartphone maker sold 110,000 new phones and 110,000 phones which came out to $11.5 million in sales. according to "the wall street journal" alibaba chairman didn't comment on where he plans to take al by baba public, this would be the biggest internet ipo since facebook's 16 billion-dollar debut last year, tracy. tracy: wow. as it moves towards the ipo, a lot of people call this amazon of china. is that accurate? >> not exactly. alley ball ba t-mall where they sell goods like nike and unlike a lost e-commerce in the u.s., alibaba does not collect commission from the sellers. there is no fee to list on. they are encouraged to buy up advertising, this is interesting, to up their rankings and get more exposure on line and unlikely to get any attention unless you buy the ads and look at the numbers. it is working. they're huge. they sold $1
, steve dixon, and jack hirsch man. >> you can black as out of the press, blog and arrest us, tear gas, mace, and shoot us, as we know very well, you will, but this time we're not turning back. we know you are finished. desperate, near the end. hysterical in your flabbergastlyness. amen. >> after the readings, the crowd headed to a reception upstairs by wandering through the other gallery rooms in the historic home. the third floor is not usually reserved for just parties, however. it is the stage for live performances. ♪ under the guidance of musical curators, these three, meridian has maintained a strong commitment to new music, compositions that are innovative, experimental, and sometimes challenging. sound art is an artistic and event that usually receives short shrift from most galleries because san francisco is musicians have responded by showing strong support for the programming. ♪ looking into meridian's future, she says she wants to keep doing the same thing that she has been doing since 1989. to enlighten and disturbed. >> i really believe that all the arts have a seriou
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